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Super Mario All-Stars - 25th Anniversary Edition

Released on 03 December 2010

3.0 out of 5 (16 customer reviews) | Write a review

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If you needed another reason to celebrate 25 years of Super Mario, how about a Super Mario All-Stars - 25th Anniversary Edition, containing four of the original most famous Mario games of all time from the NES, as well as a bunch of extra collectables.

Super Mario All-Stars - 25th Anniversary Edition will include a Super Mario All-Stars Disk case containing Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels all on one disk, giving Mario fans four reasons to relive the excitement of these classic games on Wii. And if you missed out on them the first time round, now's the time to discover four of the reasons why Super Mario has become one of gaming's most loved series' of all time.

This new collection will also include a special booklet detailing the full history of Super Mario as well as a real treat for fans of the series - an audio CD containing music from Super Mario games spanning the last 25 years, from the original 1985's Super Mario Bros. to 2010's Super Mario Galaxy 2, with classics such as Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine along the way.
  • Super Mario All-Stars - 25th Anniversary Edition

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 Average rating (16 reviews)

 the return of a classic

| | See all sparky356781's reviews (7)

i had this on the snes and it was brilliant then and it will be brilliant now. i have been saying for ages that they should re-release this series because it was such a sucsess back in the late 80,s and 90,s. if your like me and this game is a nostalgic trip down memory lane, or if you enjoyed the new super mario game you will love this, and at such a fantastic price (as you alwys get with play) make sure you buy this game. its great for youngsters or seious gamers. i,ve pre ordered mine and can't wait to get my hands on it. BUY THIS GAME!

 Lazy port and that's only the start...

| | See all RiderOnTheStorm's reviews (2)

Official Nintendo Magazine gave this 90%, but what does one expect, they're official! What a joke. As much as i like the mario games, Mario All-Stars Wii isn't worth the asking price, nor the 90% mark a magazine like ONM gave it.

Let's face it, it's just a lazy port from Nintendo as it's just a SNES rom bundled with an emulator on a disc, around 8mb, if that. The interface within the game still shows the SNES controller, Nintendo didn't even bother to implement a proper Wii interface within the game.

Nintendo could've went into overdrive with this bundle by updating the graphics to NSMB (New Super Mario Bros) standard, adding additional games i.e. Super Mario World, Mario 64, etc, and by implementing a proper 16:9 widescreen support for all games. But they haven't.

What we have is a cheap as chips cash-in wrapped in fancy packaging. Buying it would send out all the wrong signals. Plus the PAL version is only 50Hz, yes, that means 17% slower than the US/JPN versions, which is shocking for any title in 2010.

Avoid at all costs.

 not certainly worth the money, lazy attempt by nintendo

| | See all BengalTiger's reviews (2)

i have no problem with mario games, they are my best of all times game. but problem with this release, heres why:

1) no super mario world 2 (also cud have chucked world 1 too)
2) lack of special content
3) not worth the money asked by retailer, to me its worth 10 quid, as its jus copy & paste into a cd with a couple of page booklet and few soundtrack on seperate disc

to me its jus a lazy attempt to make money, invest your money on donkey kong. nintendo shud have at least remixed the soundtrack of levels or give a new artwork to the game, a fresh coloring pallette to stage design & character like they did with SNES Super Mario games taking from NES.

 Nintendo share's Mario's 25th Birthday Present!

| | See all Jahpaul's reviews (20)

This game allows you to return back to 1993, the game was originally released on the Super Nintendo (SNES) in 1993 and to Celebrate Mario's 25th Birthday Nintendo decided to re-release it. it's Classic Mario and it also features Mario the Lost Levels which was never released in Europe until 1993. My favourite game is Mario 3 it's a clever but tricky game but it's still as good and fun as it was always. Back in 1993 Nintendo took these games and gave them the 16-bit treatment, OK they could have given these games New Super Mario bros style graphics but I'm not bothered the whole package is Classic Mario. The pack comes with the Mario All Stars disc game, A Mario soundtrack which is not bad and a booklet with different write up's about the games. If you're new to Mario games then you shoud pick this title up and it will keep you going for a while, especially the tricky Lost Levels! Honestly I think this game should not be missing from your games shelf.

 Essential retro gaming

| | See all GAVIN2K's reviews (7)

Mario All-Stars was a pinnacle game for the Super Nintendo as the original 3 games were for the NES. As stated by another review the graphics have not been enhanced in any way since their revamp for the SNES back in the 90s. This for me was a good thing as too many changes and enhancements start to detract from the original charm. Super Mario Bros 3 still remains one of my favorite platform gaming experiences to this day and regardless of picture quality on a HDTV (which really isnt that bad at all) will remain a firm favorite with many people.

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